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Pastor seeks divorce with wife after 25 years

A pastor, Bernard Towoju, who says he cannot tolerate his wife’s ill-nature and troubles, on Wednesday approached an Igando Customary Court, Lagos, seeking the dissolution of their marriage of 25 years.

Pastor accuses wife of battery, seeks divorce

A 55-year-old pastor, Lawrence Adepoju, on Wednesday in Lagos made an impassioned plea to an Igando Customary Court to dissolve his 33-year marriage over threat to life by his wife, Racheal.

TCN boost power supply in Lagos with new mobile transformer

The new mobile transformer, according to Mbah, had also been energised, and is one of the three transformers earmarked for the Ejigbo substation.

Court dissolves childless marriage over woman’s refusal to take oath

An Igando Customary Court in Lagos on Thursday dissolved a 28-year-old childless marriage over the woman’s refusal to take an oath to prove she was not responsible for the man’s sickness.

My wife appears and disappears using wonder-working powers – Man tells court

“My wife is a witch, she appears and disappears using her wonder-working powers,” 58-year-old businessman, Olarenwaju Moruf, told an Igando Customary Court in Lagos on Thursday.

Landlord, tenant nabbed for allegedly defiling 13-year-old housemaid

The police on Tuesday brought before a Lagos State Magistrate’s Court in Ikeja a 51-year-old landlord, Ishola Idris, and his 35-year-old tenant, Linus Okonkwo, for allegedly defiling a 13-year-old housemaid.

17-year-old apprentice in court over alleged rape

A 17-year-old apprentice, Godspower Adarugbe, who allegedly conspired and raped his neighbour’s daughter, was on Monday brought before an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court.

Boy arraigned for allegedly defiling neighbour’s 8 year old daughter

A 16 year old boy, who allegedly defiled his neighbour’s daughter, was on Thursday arraigned in an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court.

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Cross River CJ introduces spies to monitor corrupt judges, magistrates

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Saraki to meet CSOs over Senators’ pay

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Reps have no right to order unfreezing of Patience Jonathan’s account – Sagay

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Cholera has killed 44 in Borno – commissioner

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